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LAURAAT Posts: 1,506
1/29/13 3:01 P

Just a suggestion:
Take the multivitamin, but don't track it. Instead, track the nutrients you are most concerned about on your report, and focus on getting more of those nutrients from the foods you eat. I've found this to help me with eating healthier foods, which is also good for weight loss.
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1/29/13 2:37 P

You can enter it like any other food. Search for your brand, and see if someone else has entered it already; double check the values. Failing that, you can enter the nutrition information yourself.

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1/29/13 2:14 P

I just started taking a woman's multivitamin and was wondering if there is a way to track those like you do with food/exercise/weight?

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